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Abercrombie Absaraka Adams
Agate Alamo Alexander
Almont Alsen Ambrose
Amenia Amidon Anamoose
Aneta Antler Argusville
Arnegard Arthur Arvilla
Ashley Ayr Baldwin
Balfour Balta Bantry
Barney Bathgate Beach
Belcourt Belfield Benedict
Berlin Berthold Beulah
Binford Bisbee Bismarck
Blanchard Bottineau Bowbells
Bowdon Bowman Braddock
Bremen Brocket Buchanan
Buffalo Burlington Butte
Buxton Caledonia Calvin
Cando Cannon Ball Carpio
Carrington Carson Cartwright
Casselton Cathay Cavalier
Cayuga Center Chaseley
Christine Churchs Ferry Cleveland
Clifford Cogswell Coleharbor
Colfax Columbus Cooperstown
Courtenay Crary Crosby
Crystal Cummings Dahlen
Davenport Dawson Dazey
Deering Denhoff Des Lacs
Devils Lake Dickey Dickinson
Dodge Donnybrook Douglas
Drake Drayton Driscoll
Dunn Center Dunseith Edgeley
Edinburg Edmore Egeland
Elgin Ellendale Emerado
Enderlin Epping Erie
Esmond Fairdale Fairfield
Fairmount Fargo Fessenden
Fingal Finley Flasher
Flaxton Forbes Fordville
Forest River Forman Fort Ransom
Fort Totten Fort Yates Fortuna
Fredonia Fullerton Gackle
Galesburg Gardner Garrison
Gilby Gladstone Glasston
Glen Ullin Glenburn Glenfield
Golden Valley Golva Goodrich
Grace City Grafton Grand Forks
Grand Forks Afb Grandin Granville
Grassy Butte Grenora Gwinner
Hague Halliday Hamilton
Hampden Hankinson Hannaford
Hannah Hansboro Harvey
Harwood Hatton Havana
Hazelton Hazen Hebron
Hensel Hettinger Hillsboro
Hoople Hope Horace
Hunter Hurdsfield Inkster
Jamestown Jessie Jud
Karlsruhe Kathryn Keene
Kenmare Kensal Killdeer
Kindred Kintyre Knox
Kramer Kulm Lakota
Lamoure Langdon Lankin
Lansford Larimore Lawton
Leeds Lefor Lehr
Leonard Lidgerwood Lignite
Linton Lisbon Litchville
Luverne Maddock Maida
Makoti Mandan Mandaree
Manning Mantador Manvel
Mapleton Marion Marmarth
Marshall Martin Max
Maxbass Mayville Mcclusky
Mcgregor Mchenry Mcleod
Mcville Medina Medora
Mekinock Menoken Mercer
Michigan Milnor Milton
Minnewaukan Minot Minot Afb
Minto Moffit Mohall
Montpelier Mooreton Mott
Mountain Munich Mylo
Napoleon Neche Nekoma
New England New Leipzig New Rockford
New Salem New Town Newburg
Niagara Nome Noonan
Northwood Norwich Oakes
Oberon Oriska Osnabrock
Page Palermo Park River
Parshall Pekin Pembina
Penn Perth Petersburg
Pettibone Pillsbury Pingree
Pisek Plaza Portal
Portland Powers Lake Raleigh
Ray Reeder Regan
Regent Reynolds Rhame
Richardton Riverdale Robinson
Rocklake Rogers Rolette
Rolla Roseglen Ross
Rugby Ruso Rutland
Ryder Saint Anthony Saint John
Saint Michael Saint Thomas Sanborn
Sarles Sawyer Scranton
Selfridge Sentinel Butte Sharon
Sheldon Sherwood Sheyenne
Shields Solen Souris
South Heart Spiritwood Stanley
Stanton Starkweather Steele
Sterling Stirum Strasburg
Streeter Surrey Sutton
Sykeston Tappen Taylor
Thompson Tioga Tokio
Tolley Tolna Tower City
Towner Trenton Turtle Lake
Tuttle Underwood Upham
Valley City Velva Verona
Voltaire Wahpeton Walcott
Wales Walhalla Warwick
Washburn Watford City Webster
West Fargo Westhope Wheatland
White Earth Wildrose Williston
Willow City Wilton Wimbledon
Wing Wishek Wolford
Woodworth Wyndmere York
Ypsilanti Zahl Zap

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United States Postal Service (USPS) uses ZIP codes as a system for postal codes since 1963. ZIP stands for Zone Improvement Plan, ZIP is properly written in capital letters and was chosen to suggest that the mail travels more efficiently, and therefore more quickly. The term ZIP code was originally registered as a servicemark (a type of trademark) by the U.S. Postal Service.

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  What is SWIFT Code/BIC Code?
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